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Coastal Aviation, a tourism aviation company headquartered in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, announced on Monday (May 14) the introduction of additional aircraft to its existing fleet, ready for the upcoming high season.
They include a Cessna C208 and Pilatus PC12, which will serve existing routes.
The expanded fleet will add 17% capacity to Coastal Aviation’s network, which in turn, will result in more availability for guests and a larger capacity, also adding revenue to the company’s partners by offering them more opportunity to sell at the last-minute and solidifying domestic reach.
“With this, we aim to reinforce our East African connections and also add more frequencies on our most populous routes,” said Coastal’s Chief Commercial Oﬃcer, Robert Prophet.
The carrier has also removed the PC12 fast class surcharge, introducing the same fare across its network irrespective of booking on its scheduled services.
“This venture is designed to provide enhanced value to our customers,” said Prophet.